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where is everyone finding all these intact men?

post #1 of 89
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i have had about 30 sexual partners. different backgrounds, different social status, different ages, different parts of the country, different races, all circumcised. they were all american though. but im assuming some of the intact husbands/partners of woman posting here are american too. so what gives? why haven't i had just one intact man experience?
post #2 of 89
gotta go for the foreign exchange students and the older men (50+)
post #3 of 89
I don't know, but everyone that's pro-circ seems to know all of them, and they all have "problems" and "wish they were circed".
post #4 of 89
my dh is only intact because according to my MIL, she couldn't find a ride to the doctors to get it done, she still wishes he was circ'd! The other intact man I've dated was from Jamaica.
post #5 of 89
Irish guy for me...but BIL's are american and intact. Even in the bad times, there were a few smart parents who didnt do it
post #6 of 89
My mate is from the U.K., and that is why he is intact....like the phrase says.."Once intact, never going back", lol. Never the less, my son would be, no matter where is father is from, natural as the beautiful day he was born.:
post #7 of 89
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Originally Posted by dynamohumm6 View Post
I don't know, but everyone that's pro-circ seems to know all of them, and they all have "problems" and "wish they were circed".
and :

I've wondered this, too. I mean, my bro's intact (and single... young college dude in north CA if you're interested, ) but I always liked the nerdy Jewish type, so I got what I asked for I guess! (I knew nothing about circ vs intact or penises of any kind before DH, )
post #8 of 89
Mine were/are both European.
post #9 of 89
Wow, I've had less than 10 and 3 were intact! Philadelphia area. 1 local boy, 1 immigrant from Ukraine, 1 whose dad is British.

And they all seemed to be very happy w/ their status. (Dh is circ'd, unfortunately, btw.)
post #10 of 89
My dh is Korean, and all of my previous intact partners were hispanic. (I grew up in Miami)
post #11 of 89
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Originally Posted by DocsNemesis View Post
Even in the bad times, there were a few smart parents who didnt do it
And that's why i love my mama!

I have two younger bros who are 20 and 16 now. They are intact and were bf and birthed in a birth center with a midwife. My mom was pretty crazy back then, at least everyone thought she was. But i'm glad i had that as my experience growing up, it made me who i am!
post #12 of 89
My dad was born in Germany in '45, so he wasn't circ'd. They immigrated to Canada in '51. After marrying, my parents moved to the U.S. When my brother was born, my dad said it wasn't necessary and my mom didn't care either way, so my brother is intact. So it's just normal for our family. My mom was born in Canada, and my brother was born in the U.S. So he's not an immigrant himself (brother) and intact.

My dh's paternal adoptive grandfather is also intact b/c he was born in Spain in the 1920s or 30s.

I thought it was kind of TMI while I was pg, but now I'm glad my mom mentioned my dad and brother were intact. No pressure, no arguments, just "they're not circ'd and it's not necessary."

Julia
dd 9mos
post #13 of 89
DH's mother was fairly into natural parenting so she didn't circ. She stopped vaxing after DH's older sister had a reaction, so DH has never been vaxed either.
post #14 of 89
My partner is intact. He's Canadian and although he was born in a hospital in '60, he's a Christian Scientist so his parents don't believe in non-emergency medical interventions. All the other men I've had sex with- about 10 total- were cut, including my ex-husband.
post #15 of 89
Yup, just cross the 49th parallel and you can scoop them up right on the streets They are the ones with a bit of a swagger that really like to charm the women--you can spot them a mile away.
Baybee (in Canada)
post #16 of 89
Forgive my blunt words if you are sensitive...

Have you seen them all flaccid? Maybe some were not cut, but your didn't know since they look pretty much the same erect? My DH(circd) is the only one of my partners that I have really seen flaccid. I knew my long-term BF in HS was intact b/c he told me. He was REALLY shy about me seeing it when it wasn't "at attention." His parents immigrated here from Europe.

I honestly couldn't say if any of my other partners were definitely cut or not. It wasn't on my radar back then.
post #17 of 89
My DH is intact, his Dad was and his parents didn't see the point in circing him (they're English btw).
post #18 of 89
I've never seen a circed penis, though I've only had three partners. I'm in Canada.
post #19 of 89
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Originally Posted by LoveChild421 View Post
gotta go for the foreign exchange students and the older men (50+)
Actually, as an older woman, I can vouch for the fact that the vast majority of American men between 50 and 60 (I'm 51) are circumcised. You would have to date someone born before World War II to find an intact male, and even then, there's a 30%-40% chance that he'll be circ'ed. RIC started with the Baby Boom generation.

No, I haven't had sex with them all, but all but one of my lovers have been circ'ed.
post #20 of 89
I was informed by my SIL's that the reason my DH is intact was b/c his father, my FIL, is intact. My FIL was born in the 30's, just before the circ craze got so widespread, and had my DH later in life according to the times. He was born here in '70.

Back then before it got so mainstream I think most people felt that circing was for the Jewish sacrement.

So, finally a case where "looking like dad" actually worked out for the best!
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